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Exercising to improve cardiovascular strength may protect from cognitive impairmentExercising to improve our cardiovascular strength may protect us from cognitive impairment as we age, according to a new study by researchers at the ...See all stories on this topic »

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Exercise Enhances Cardiovascular Health and Protects Against Cognitive Impairment As We Age ...Exercise not only improves cardiovascular strength, but also protects against cognitive impairment as we age, according to a new study by the ...See all stories on this topic »

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Too much exercise for heart attack survivors can more than double cardiovascular risk(NaturalNews) Heart attack survivors are often instructed by their doctors to get as much cardiovascular exercise to stay heart healthy and avoid ...See all stories on this topic »

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Living Fit: Go for the glow with cardio

Living Fit: Go for the glow with cardioWhen we talk about taking cardiovascular exercise, we are referring to how well our heart, lungs and circulatory system work together for optimal ...See all stories on this topic »

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Cardiac Risks Are High in Childhood Ca Survivors

Cardiac Risks Are High in Childhood Ca SurvivorsThey followed the participants for a median of 11.9 years, completing questionnaires addressing their exercise habits and cardiovascular health, and ...See all stories on this topic »

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Numerous studies prove whole foods, plant-based, diet reverses disease

Numerous studies prove whole foods, plant-based, diet reverses disease... 10% fat whole foods vegetarian diet, aerobic exercise, stress management training, smoking cessation, and group psycho-social support for 5 years.See all stories on this topic »

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Cardiovascular Disease Rates Declined

Cardiovascular Disease Rates Declined"Exercise regularly and eat healthy foods to lower cardiovascular risks." The study was led by Dr. Melanie Nichols, research associate from the British ...See all stories on this topic »

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Celebrate World Heart Day with Fitness First (29 Sept)

Celebrate World Heart Day with Fitness First (29 Sept)The higher the intensity of the cardio workout, the more the noticeable difference in metabolic rate and post exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC), ...See all stories on this topic »

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Exercise May Shield Older Women From Afib

Exercise May Shield Older Women From AfibHigher levels of physical activity reduced the risk conferred by obesity ... exercise resulting in sweating and fast heart beat, such as aerobics, aerobic ...See all stories on this topic »

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provisional PDF

provisional PDFDivision of Cardiovascular Diseases, Mayo Clinic, 200 1st Street, SW, ... cardiovascular adjustments to exercise have been studied extensively to ...See all stories on this topic »

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Fast track to fitness

Fast track to fitnessInterval training can be performed using cardiovascular exercise (running, cycling etc) or resistance exercise using either bodyweight or some form of ...See all stories on this topic »

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Gym class may be the key to lowering depression in middle school

Gym class may be the key to lowering depression in middle schoolResearchers also found that structured cardiovascular exercise beginning in sixth grade decreases depression levels for teen, especially in girls.See all stories on this topic »

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Moderate Exercise Tied to Lower Mortality Rate after Cardiac Event

Moderate Exercise Tied to Lower Mortality Rate after Cardiac Event15, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Moderate exercise is associated with ... and elite athletes have lower cardiovascular disease (CVD) and cancer death, ...See all stories on this topic »

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Too Little Salt Linked to Cardiovascular Problems, According to Studies

Too Little Salt Linked to Cardiovascular Problems, According to StudiesIn the second publication, cardiovascular outcomes were reported. ... and exercise as factors that play a role in the development of cardiovascular ...See all stories on this topic »

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Study questions safety of excessive exercise for heart attack survivors

Study questions safety of excessive exercise for heart attack survivorsWith the majority of Americans still at risk for obesity, cardiovascular disease and diabetes, regular moderate exercise is still recommended by these ...See all stories on this topic »

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